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Sammy's Point East Yorkshire

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Pied Flycatcher
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Ron Marshall
Date
29 April 2018
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Sammy's Point (TA403162) is a barely noticeable protruberance of the shoreline into the Humber inland of Kilnsea, with a few trees that offer shelter to migrants such as Yellow-browed Warblers. It can only be accessed on foot, along the seawall from near the Crown and Anchor, or (more distantly) from the northeast from the end of a lane from Easington.

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